Daniel Christian’s wife abused on Instagram after RCB’s loss to KKR in The Eliminator
Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) all-rounder Daniel Christian had a horrible night with the ball against the Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) in the Eliminator on Monday. He was taken to the cleaner by Sunil Narine, smashing three sixes in a row, which turned the tide in KKR’s favor.
After the heartbreaking loss, some part of RCB’s fan base took to Christian’s wife’s social media account on Instagram to abuse her. The bad behavior was condemned by Christian, who asked fans to leave his wife out. Subsequently, abusive comments were removed and comments on the post were limited.
“Check out the comments section of my partner’s Instagram post. I didn’t have a good game tonight, but it’s sport. However, please leave her out of thisâChristian wrote on Instagram.
See Daniel Christian’s message here:
Following the post, other fans went to apologize to his wife’s post, saying they were embarrassed by the behavior of their compatriots. Several of them asked her to ignore the toxic comments and instead tried to spread positivity.
Sunil Narine’s masterclass ends Virat Kohli’s hopes of finishing his term as captain with a title
KKR mystery cone, Sunil Narine, showed why he’s so highly rated as he woven a web around RCB beaters in the Eliminator on Monday. The West Indians took the counters of the Big Three – Virat Kohli, AB de Villiers and Glenn Maxwell to restrict the RCB to 138.
The chase was getting pretty tricky and it looked like the Bangalore team were on top for a brief moment. However, Narine once again dashed RCB’s hopes by crushing his first three balls for a maximum of Christian, to become the only batsman in IPL history to achieve the feat.
Finally, KKR skipper Eoin Morgan and Shakib Al Hasan showed great maturity to finish the chase on the last lap. They now move on to qualifying 2 where they will face the Delhi Capitals (DC).
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